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Member since: June 2012
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- I went to the "trouble" of rooting my old LG Android phone, with the goal of removing all the bloatware that was installed by my carrier and overclocking the CPU.
1 year 16 weeks ago
- I've been tasked with performing a website content audit. Ok, but I've never done one before. Are there any tips or general rules to follow to make it go smoothly?
1 year 17 weeks ago
- That rumor about Android being ported to Raspberry Pi isn't just a rumor. Having hardware accelerated graphics and video playback capability will be pretty sweet for a $35 computer. There is an article about it on Ars. http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2012/08/android-4-0-ported-to-raspberry-pis-35-linux-computer/
1 year 18 weeks ago
- dniblock answers Re: Do you think YouTube's change to real names on comments will make the commenters behave any better?
1 year 19 weeks ago
- Since Firefox moved to its rapid update/release cycle, I have gone from being a fan of Firefox to a user of Chrome. It finally got to be too much of a headache, one update would work fine, then a new one would come out that removed features I used. Another week or two would pass, then another update would break software compatibility.
1 year 19 weeks ago
- From what I understand, Windows Server 2012 will be released this fall, a few months after OEMs get a start installing it on new units. I haven't really had the chance to look at any prerelease versions. Is this an incremental upgrade, or is Windows Server 2012 a major update from Windows Server 2008 r 2?
1 year 21 weeks ago
- dniblock answers Re: How angry with Facebook are you for changing your email address without asking?Well, yeah, it is a jerk move! I also would be willing to bet that Facebook doesn't care. Just like they don't care about your privacy, beyond what they have to in order to avoid legal problems. Users are not really their customers, users are their products.
1 year 23 weeks ago
- dniblock answers Re: Is Samsung's SAFE certification actually useful or is it just a marketing ploy?Probably a little bit of both. One of the main problem with implementing security protocols with Android devices is that fragmentation makes it hard to say if what works on one device with function properly on another.
1 year 24 weeks ago
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